Local Attractions

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  • Funtown-Splashtown Amusement Park
  • Aquaboggan Water Park
  • Old Orchard Beach Pier

Old Orchard Beach is packed with excitement, and unique attractions lie just 20 minutes north in the diverse city of Portland.

Funtown Splashtown Amusement Park

774 Portland Rd, Saco, ME 04072

At Funtown Splashtown amusement park, you’ll discover great thrill rides, an excellent water park, and Maine’s only wooden roller coaster.

Aquaboggan Water Park

980 Portland Rd, Saco, ME 04072

Right in Saco, Aquaboggan Water Park is the perfect spot for a bumper boats competition or a race to see who can make it down the Turbo Drop first.

Old Orchard Beach Pier & Beach

2 Old Orchard St, Old Orchard Beach, ME 04064

Stretching out over the Atlantic, Old Orchard Beach Pier is the perfect place for dinner and shopping above the beach.

Maine Mall and Outlet Shopping (Freeport & Kittery)

364 Maine Mall Rd Maine Mall Road, South Portland, ME 04106

Get every item you’re searching for when you visit the Maine Mall and the area’s best outlet stores.

Portland Old Port District

Portland’s Old Port District is a beautiful neighborhood to stroll through. Afterward, you can enjoy dinner at one of the area’s acclaimed restaurants.

Scarborough Marsh

92 Pine Point Rd, Scarborough, ME 04074

This massive saltwater marsh is great for canoeing and features many natural history programs throughout the summer at the onsite Audubon Center.

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